Prakash Movie (2022):
Prakash (Nepali: प्रकाश; transl. The Light) is a Nepali film directed by Dinesh Raut and written by Bikash Subedi. Produced by Mahendra Adhikari under the banner of DAR Movies & Film Industries Pvt. Ltd. The story is based on the life of a man from rural Nepal who dreams of becoming a school teacher. The entire filming was done in Jumla.
The film stars Pradeep Khadka, Deeya Maskey, and Renu Yogi, who made her debut through this film. Prakash was made on a budget of around 2.5 crore Nepalese rupees, which makes it one of the most expensive Nepali films.
The film was released on August 26, 2022, simultaneously in eight countries, including India, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the United States, Canada, parts of Europe, and parts of the Middle East. Distribution rights for these countries were sold for ₹1.72 crore.
Prakash Movie Information:
|Release Date||August 26, 2022|
(Bhadra 10 2079)
|Running Time||2hr 5min|
|Directed by||Dinesh Raut|
|Written by||Bikash Subedi|
|Produced by||Mahendra Adhikari|
|Cinematography by||Rajesh Shrestha|
|Edited by||Jeevan Thapa|
|Music by||Tara Prakash Limbu|
|Production Company||DAR Movies & Film Industries Pvt. Ltd.|
|Distributed by||DAR Movies & Films|
|Budget||रु 2.5 crore|
|Box Office Collection||रु 4.3 Crore|
Prakash Movie Trailer:
Prakash Movie Storyline (Plot/Synopsis):
An educated young boy from remote Nepal who dreams of becoming a teacher in a government school, the story of his struggle to fulfill his dream amidst economic hardships.
Prakash Movie Cast and Characters:
- Pradeep Khadka as Prakash
- Deeya Maskey as Sita (Prakash’s mom)
- Renu Yogi
- Prakash Ghimire
- Rajan Khatiwoda
- Lokendra Lekhak
- Niraj Panthi
- Dhanraj Sunar
- Amjad Prawej
- Dev Kumar Shrestha
- Hum B.C
- Prasant Shrestha
- Govinda Sunar
- Pabitra Khadka
Prakash Movie Soundtrack:
- Manchhe Manchhe – Satya Raj Acharya
- Jor Maina – Dhurba Bisco
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Interesting Facts About Prakash Movie (Did You Know):
- The entire filming was done in Jumla.
- Prakash was made on a budget of around 2.5 crore Nepalese rupees, which makes it one of the most expensive Nepali films.